Medora Corporation

Medora Corporation, Dickinson, N.D., whose brands include GridBee® and SolarBee®, provides solutions for difficult water quality problems. Medora’s award-winning and patented long-distance circulation technology can prevent and control blue-green algae in lakes, raw water reservoirs and stormwater ponds; provide energy savings, process improvement and odor control in wastewater; and completely mix potable water tanks, eliminating stratification. For more information, call 866-437-8076 or visit www.medoraco.com.

Address

3225 Highway 22
Dickinson, ND 58601
United States
Toll-free: 1-866-437-8076
Phone: 701-225-4495
Fax: 701-225-0002

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SolarBee, Inc.

SolarBee Inc.'s award-winning long-distance circulation technology helps solve difficult water quality problems. The patented technology can prevent and control blue-green algae in lakes and raw water reservoirs, provide energy savings, process improvement, and odor control in wastewater, and completely mix potable water tanks, eliminating stratification. Solar-powered and grid-connected solutions are available.

Address

3225 Highway 22
Dickinson, ND 55401
Phone: 866-437-8076
Fax: 701-225-0002

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Koflo Corporation

For over 25 years Koflo has been supplying static mixers to the water treatment industry, from small residential size mixers to the large static mixers required for municipal water treatment facilities. Koflo manufactures a complete line of patented static mixers, calibration columns, and chemical injection quills for the water, wastewater, chemical processing and food industries. Residential and commercial size static mixers are available from stock for immediate delivery.

Address

309 Cary Point Dr
Cary, IL 60013
Toll-free: 800-782-8427
Phone: 847-516-3700
Fax: 847-516-3724

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Engineering Specialties

We specialize in difficult to treat water problems. Through support to dealers, we offer low cost testing and engineering with guaranteed support. We also manufacture innovative products designed to treat a variety of water problems such as in line mixers for any type of chemical feed, peroxide systems to handle really tough iron and sulfur removal problems, and unique, customized softeners designed to handle a variety of problems such as hardness combined with tannin or nitrate removal.

Address

245 William Street
Bensenville, IL 60106
USA
Phone: 630-640-6827
Fax: 630-616-3810

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Water Treatment: Thinking Small

As populations grow, as urban, suburban and ex-urban areas expand, demand for water increases and safety standards rise. An effective and creative way to deal with problems of growth and resource management might just be to think small. A case in point is the Olivenhain Municipal Water District's (OMWD) treatment facility in San Diego County, California.

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Editorial Emphasis

Activation Date: 
May 6, 2003
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
14075

New Wastewater Treatment Technology Emerges from Nevada Desert

Out of a landscape parched for water?but certainly not ideas?comes a unique innovation in wastewater treatment from Premier Wastewater International (PWI tm).
Based in southern Nevada, PWI has developed an economical treatment process that can remove more than 90 percent of the organic matter, according to Matt Russell, president and CEO.

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Problem Solvers

Activation Date: 
January 9, 2003
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
13508

Submersible Blowers Reduce Noise in Berlin Redevelopment

A major environmental project to help rejuvenate a lake at the heart of Berlin attributes much of its success to unique submersible blowers from UK manufacturer Adams Ricardo.

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Problem Solvers

Activation Date: 
January 9, 2003
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
13507

Small Site Dictates Stormwater Treatment Solution in Mich. Redevelopment

Ann Arbor, a densely populated university town of 180,000, has been seeing an increase in urban redevelopment pressure in recent years as developable land has become scarce and land values have risen. The city of Ann Arbor has worked closely with the County Drain Commissioner’s office to use this redevelopment as an opportunity to improve the quality of stormwater flowing into the county drains.

Activation Date: 
July 10, 2002
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
13204